Our client is an AJ100 practice in south London that's currently looking for a talented and enthusiastic Technical Architect, Architectural Technologist or BIM Coordinator to join them as a BIM Coordinator or BIM Lead in order to offer support to the architectural project teams in London.
-Background as an Architectural Technologist, minimum 3 years UK construction experience.
-5 years minimum post-graduation experience
-experience in architectural delivery (e.g.: producing drawing packages) essential
-knowledge of Revit at an advanced / expert level
-experience in delivery of multi-unit UK residential projects
The ideal candidate should have an interest and passion in pursuing BIM oriented role have the following qualities:
-keen to support others and help them learn
- setting up projects, shared coordinates
- parametric content creation
- setting up schedules
- setting up view templates, filters
- Excel import / export
- model audits, optimising performance, troubleshooting
In addition to the above, the following would be an advantage:
- at least basic Navisworks knowledge essential, including running clash detection.
- Ability to set up search sets
- knowledge of Rhino
- some experience of Dynamo for Revit would be a plus but not essential (Dynamo and similar tools will form only a very small portion of the role)
- experience in managing BIM360 administration (setting up projects, adding users)
- willing to work to established standards and learn new skills
The role would involve:
- leading role in setting up managing deliverables in medium to large BIM Deliver Project.
- assisting other project teams with more demanding Revit tasks (e.g.: setting up projects)
- helping populate and maintain the BIM library
- auditing and reporting on Revit models quality
- leading clash detection tasks, managing issue trackers (e.g.: BIMcollab, or similar), training will be provided if necessary
- taking part in the work of the BIM workgroup to help develop the Standards
The role would develop towards the Lead BIM coordinator role for this practice, with future development possible